- COST: $2.99 - APP STORE STARS: Not Yet Rated
- Categories: Business, Lifestyle, News, Reader, Universal
Add local news, your favourite blogs or anything else that comes with a feed as a Today widget. The latest stories will always be right there when you have time for them, a single gesture away. All you need to do is swipe down from the edge of your device and you’ll see the latest stories. Breaking is an easy, uncluttered way of staying on top of what’s new in your world – marrying the accessibility of the Today tab with the power of RSS feeds. So check out the features of this iPhone, iPad News and RSS feeds app now:
- Display the latest stories from your feeds in the Today tab in Notification center, a single swipe away.
- Tap a news item and go straight to the full story in your browser.
- Type in a name or a url and we’ll search the site and find the feed for you. It’s really easy.
- Add unlimited feeds.
- Supports a lot of feed types, including RSS, Atom and Youtube channels.
** More Breaking **
If you’re enjoying Breaking for iOS, make sure to try out the Mac sister-app: The same awesome functionality build for the today tab in Yosemite.
A swipe of the pull down tab takes you to your news with Breaking ~ News in your Today tab. It couldn't be easier to catch up on all the excitement the world has to offer in any form of news! You can watch the video right here, friends! Breaking ~ News in your Today tab
--Date/Version: Released 3/4/15 - Version 1.0
--iOS/Age Rating: This app requires iOS 8.1 or later. Rated 4+.
--Device: Universal: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
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